The European Institute of Peace is looking for exceptional individuals and companies who share our vision for a world where people live in safety and peace because conflicts and grievances are resolved through inclusive dialogue and lasting political agreements.
We provide practical experience, technical expertise, and policy advice on conflict resolution. We use a variety of tools to help us do this, including analysis, mapping and design of peace processes and agreements, facilitating policy discussions, and proposing practical engagement, for example through inclusive dialogue and mediation support.
Based in Brussels and active in over a dozen countries, the European Institute of Peace is an independent organisation working collaboratively with European decision-makers, the parties to the conflict, and those who represent people suffering from insecurity or at risk of violence, as well as the conflict prevention, resolution and mediation community.
Our innovative approach to peace enables us to be agile, creative, and effective in everything we do, and these are key qualities we look for in our team members. See www.eip.org for more information.
We are looking for an Analyst on Gender & Extremism in Ethiopia to support the Peace Practice and Innovation Unit.
He/she will be reporting to the Responding to Violent Extremism Program Manager.
Terms of References
Duties and responsibilities
The conduct of research and production of a paper on women & extremism in Ethiopia, including:
• Problem analysis of the role of women in extremism in Ethiopia;
• Analysis of the causes and consequences;
• Identification of key government policies and stakeholders to engage on this issue;
• Analysis of future risks and possible scenarios; and
• Identification of policy recommendations.
• An excellent understanding of Ethiopian politics, and gender-analysis of security challenges of Ethiopia in particular;
• Demonstrable experience in writing and/or reporting on gender in Ethiopia or elsewhere;
• Excellent network, sources, and contacts in the Ethiopia;
• Fluency in English, with any of the languages spoken in Ethiopia a significant benefit; and
• Be based in Ethiopia, with the right to work in Ethiopia;
• Submitting a proposal outlining the methodology for the assignment.
The Institute offers
• Service contract from 1 April 2021 to 8 August 2021;
• Maximum budget available for this tender: 10 000 EUR.
How to apply
Please submit in English:
• A service proposal, with a description of the services, fees, and methodology;
• The CVs of personnel involved.
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline is 10 March 2021 close of business (COB). The successful candidate will be selected based on the most competitive offer, including the technical and financial proposal.